Air & Surface Sterilizers

Air and surface sterilization refers to a process that kills more than 99% of life forms in a sterilized room. Kills microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungal spores, mites or moths present on a specific surface, object or in the air. Sterilization can be accomplished by a variety of methods, including heat, chemicals, radiation, high pressure, and filtration. Sterilization differs from disinfection, sanitation and pasteurization in that these methods reduce rather than eliminate all life forms and biological agents present. Some methods, like the chemical gas trioxygen also has a deodorizing effect.

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